I started with applying a white gesso on a corrugated cardboard tag, and then added modeling paste through a stencil. I also painted chipboard gears and flowers with the gesso and glued them to the tag.
Next, I added a mix of a modeling paste and art stones to make the background more complicated. And after that, I used Oktoberfest Orange and Bratwurst Brown Magical Shakers to get such a beautiful color on the piece.
Then I text stamped a little with an archival ink.
To highlight the colors of the tag I decided to hot emboss it here and there with Guten Tag Teal and Bratwurst Brown embossing powders. I like to use a sponge for applying an embossing ink.
And here is the final result!
I also created a step-by-step video for you, hope you will enjoy it! You can watch the video below or on Lindy’s Stamp Gang Youtube Channel.
- Magical shakers: Oktoberfest Orange, Bratwurst Brown
- Embossing powder: Guten Tag Teal, Bratwurst Brown
- White gesso, Modelling paste
- Finnabair art stones
- 7 Dots Studio word stickers
- Tim Holtz stencil
Thank you for watching!